In the Mishna (Sanhedrin 8:2), one of the circumstances under which a child who consumed a certain amount of meat and wine does not become a "stubborn and rebellious child" (בן סורר ומורה) is when the food that he consumed is either tevel (food from which terumot have not been taken), maaser rishon from which terumat hamaaser has not been taken, unredeemed maaser sheni (outside Jerusalem) or unredeemed heqdesh. Tosafot Yom Tov comments that this section doesn't belong here, since one only becomes a "stubborn and rebellious child" if one consumes, specifically, meat and wine.
I don't understand this statement. Wine could potentially be any one of those items in the above list, while meat could potentially be unredeemed heqdesh. What is the Tosafot Yom Tov's problem with this passage?